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    Quote Originally Posted by hopefully2 View Post
    My dd had a massive improvement when we started solids. Pedeadtrician recommended weaning early and it was great. We only did rice cereal for a few weeks as she was 3.5 months. Then he said totally wean so we only did low acidic foods like pumpkin, zucchini, sweet potato etc.
    Same for us. I did have DD on the Karicare AR formula as well, which also improved things immensely.

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    Be careful with the rice cereal as it made my dd constipated, ped told me to just start veggies, so I did and so may poo's but he also told me to try goat formula so not sure if it is the solids or the formula but I am changing 5-6 poo happiest a day. Or she could be teething, who knows!!!!


 

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